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Why the Flagstaff Classic Super Lite?

Forest River’s Flagstaff Classic Super Lite is a fifth-wheel and travel trailer line offering you plenty of enticing options. This value-packed line of towable RVs provides something for almost everyone with a long list of floorplans, abundant features, and fantastic amenities.

If you’ve recently struggled to find a towable RV with what you need, chances are you’ll find it in the Flagstaff Classic Super Lite. Here’s a deep dive into this unique model line.

A Floorplan for Every Set of Needs

  • There are 12 floorplans in total, with eight travel trailer layouts and four fifth-wheel options to choose from.
  • The fifth-wheels range in length from just over 34 feet to about 36-and-a-half feet. In dry (unloaded) weight, they are from about 9,500 pounds to over 10,000 pounds.
  • The travel trailers are all close to the same length – nearly 35 feet to nearly 36 feet – and in dry (unloaded) weight from about 8,100 pounds to nearly 9,100 pounds.
  • First, let’s take a look at the travel trailer floorplans. There are three bunkhouse travel trailer floorplans. Each bunkroom is located in the rear and has a hardwood door for maximum privacy plus a flip-out bunk over a jackknife sofa housed in a slide. The 831BHWSS and the 832BHDS have a similar quad bunk layout, with the 831BHWSS having a traditional stacked twin bunks across from the flip-out one. The 832BHDS has has a set of traditional stacked twin bunks but, unlike the 831BHWSS, they are housed in a slide. The 832BHIKWS offers three bunks in the bunkroom, dual opposing slides in the kitchen, and a large central kitchen island (hence, the ‘IK’ in its name). All of these models feature an outside kitchen, a convertible dinette and sofa in a slide. The 831BHWSS and 832BHDS have large L-shaped kitchens while the 832BHIKWS expands the kitchen space with a kitchen island.
  • The Flagstaff Classic Super Lite has two front-living floorplans. Both the 831CLBSS and 832FLBS have virtually identical master bedroom layouts in the rear of the trailer with the bed (queen 832FLBS; king 831CLBSS) housed in a slide. The 832FLBS has opposing slides in the front living area to create dramatic expansion. These slides house the kitchen appliances, dinette, and seating. The 831CLBSS is a front kitchen floorplan with a large kitchen space and a single slide in the main living area.
  • As far as rear living floorplans, the Flagstaff Classic Super Lite has three in its line-up – 832IKBS, 832OKBS and the 832RKBS. All three contain three slides and have a large master bedroom layout with the queen bed on a slide. The 832IKBS and 832OKBS both are true rear living layouts with seating on the back wall. The 832OKBS has a large hide-a-bed sofa on the back wall while the 832IKBS has a pair of swivel recliners. Both layouts also have large kitchen spaces, each with an island.
  • The 832RKBS is a rear kitchen floorplan with two slides at the rear of the RV housing a King-U dinette and entertainment system on one side and the refrigerator, pantry, and theater seating on the other. A straight-line kitchen with sink, microwave, cooktop and stove covers the back wall.
  • On the fifth-wheel side, three of the four fifth wheel floorplans – 8528CBS, 8529IKBS and 8529RKBS – have identical master bedroom layouts: bed on a slide, large wardrobe closet in the front cap with washer/dryer prep. All three have two large living area slides that dramatically expand the main cabin. The 8528CBS is a rear living floorplan with a hide-a-bed sofa on the back wall, a King-U dinette and an outside kitchen. The 8529IKBS is virtually identical only it has two swivel chairs on the back wall and a freestanding dinette. The final triple slide model, the 8529RKBS, is a rear kitchen floorplan with a straight-line kitchen on the back wall, the King-U dinette and outside kitchen.
  • The final fifth wheel model, the 8529FLS, is a front living floorplan with a whopping four slides: bedroom slide, two opposing slides in the kitchen area and an additional slide to open up the front living/den space. This model includes a kitchen island, outside kitchen, and neo-angle shower.

Features Designed to Make You Never Want to Leave the Outdoors

  • The features of the Flagstaff Classic Super Lite are seriously camp-friendly. They include vacuum laminated one-piece roof and walls, a power awning, outside speakers, lighted entry step, optional bike rack, a friction-hinge entrance door, RVQ grill with LP gas hookup, and an outside shower.
  • Regarding kitchens, the interiors get standard Slatewood cabinets (American Maple optional), a 22-inch gas oven, microwave, recessed cooktop, hidden hinge cabinet doors, soft-close residential full-extension drawers, solid surface countertops, and a flush-mount stainless-steel sink.
  • Additional notable equipment includes a 13.5K BTU ducted AC system with a 50 AMP service and prep for a second AC and the Shower Miser water saver system.

Built to Satisfy, Built to Last

  • The Flagstaff Classic Super Lite is built for years of adventure. In addition to the vacuum laminated roof and walls, each model gets an aluminum frame, bonded frameless tinted windows, and solid ‘screwed and glued’ cabinetry.
  • The line also gets torsion axles and Rubber-Ryde Suspension making it smoother and easier to tow down the road.

As you can see from the information above, the Flagstaff Classic Super Lite offers a long list of desirable features and floorplans. If you’ve struggled to find the right RV in the past give this model line a long, hard look.